07 maio 2012

Very French Gangsters ➔ Kids Eyewear

Mad kids taking mugshots? How can you not get behind an idea like this? Very French Gangsters is not only a great name for a company, it's also a license to create imaginative sets like this. Selling eyewear for kids has never been this much fun.As it says on their website, "Our collection consists of three styles offering a hot and contemporary look, creating a universe of nice gangsters." Now check out those poses...

Famous Artists ➔ Dissected

They're instantly recognizable artists - Dali, Van Gogh and Picasso - and now their likeness is the inspiration for a new ad campaign for MASP Art School. Like that unfortunate frog you dissected in high school Biology class, these dead artists have been pinned down and are ready for inspection. Look closely and you'll see their insides, only their organs are different than the average person's. In fact, it appears that their artistic talent truly came from within.

Filthy Luker ➔ "Street Attacks"

Street art, most of the time, should be fun, and we love the interventions that Filthy Luker has come up with. Sea monster arms coming off a building, gigantic pencils scribbling on walls, and trees with eyes are a just a few of fun pieces he has come up with. He calls the pieces "Street Attacks", Luker lives in a mad world, but a fun one.

Journal Standard x Levi’s ➔ Footwear

LEVI’S Shoes hopes to establish itself as a reliable business LEVI’S sub-label brand of American heritage, combined with the Japanese Journal of promising standard capsule collection in 2012. The choice of three colorways the comfortable, casual style with a mix of low-top profile. Metal eyelets sewn seams, subtle details and the construction of the canvas to add to the appeal of this vision of cooperation.

Kanye West ➔ Lost in the World Video

Kanye West drops off the visuals for his latest single pulled from the musician’s critically-acclaimed fifth album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Directed by Ruth Hogben, the Bon Iver/Justin Vernon-assisted offering is a high-energy, black and white affair with sharp cuts, vigorous dancing, and an air of mystery normally associated with visuals for one of West’s numerous projects. London-based Hogben’s previous works come primarily from the world of fashion – including collaborations with Gareth Pugh, Rick Owens, Louis Vuitton, Barneys, Mac Cosmetics and Selfridges.